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Patrick of Hong Kong sent me an address that has a review done by Japanese, comparing U3-880 (DLP), Mitsubishi L-2000V and Sony 10HT.

It has many useful information, go take a look at:

http://www.mmjp.or.jp/ippinkan/PRO_010408.htm


The most interesting comparison is the pixel structure of the dts logo. And funny that 10HT performs inferior to 880 and L2000V in DVD, but beats them hands down in HDTV 1080i, take a look of the picture!


One comment, the Kino 5 is actually similar to iScan Pro, using DVDO chip.


I don't know much of Japanese, anyone care to translate?


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Thanks for the pointer.


From the "translation" (Ouch!), I gathered the followings:


1. Color: U3-880 is very accurate, but flat. L-2000V is vivid and TV like. 10HT is unnatural, with yellow/green tint in the middle.

2. grey scale: U3-880 tracks very well, with L-2000V closely follows, and 10HT the worst. (this has to do with contrast ratio, I think, both the DLP and the 550:1 contrast L2000V shows good details in low light grey bars.)

3. DVD source: L-2000V appears to be winner, with U3-880 follows, and 10HT being green-tinted. (maybe 10ht was not tuned well?) Though 10HT has higher resolution, hence less pixel structure, but the perceived resolution is about the same as the other two.

4. HDTV: No doubt, 10HT is the winner with its 16x9 and 1366x768 resolution. L2000V handle it decently, but lacks the resolution to really show off 1080i. And U3-880 just can't get HDTV signal.


I hope I follow the translation closely ...


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LCD/DLP shootout: L2000V versus LT150 http://www.myav.com.tw/topic.asp?TOP...ID=23&CAT_ID=1


Top: LT150 (XGA DLP)

Bottom: L2000V (SVGA LCD)


Some HT enthusiasts from Taiwan prefer the vivid colors of L2000V. Most of them were impressed by the black level of LT150.


Maybe sRGB color space is the secret weapon of Epson and Mitsubishi: http://www.mitsubishi-presentations....pr_srgb80.html http://www.mitsubishielectric.com/pr...01/mel507.html


BTW, the price of LVP-X80U is quite attractive: http://www.infinity-micro.com/infmic...d=1533520&key=


The lamp can last for 2000 hours and the price is $350: http://www.ibuyer.net/prod.html?id=565315 http://www.projectorcentral.com/proj...m?part_id=1138
 
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